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VPS reselling program, Hetzner WHMCS module - over 74 locations available!
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VPS reselling program, Hetzner WHMCS module - over 74 locations available!

caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

We have launched the first web hosting marketplace. With the Caasify WHMCS module, you can now sell VPS in over 74 locations under your own brand directly on your website.

  • you can sell VPS from over 6 datacenters, including Hetzner, Vultr, DigitalOcean, Linode, and more.
  • You have the flexibility to set your own commission rates.
  • Your clients can order VPS based on hourly payment (PAYGO)!

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Join Caasify and start reselling the VPS program in just 5 minutes!

Comments

  • ArrowBoiArrowBoi Member

    How does the part where I pay work out?
    Is it like an invoice on every 1st of month or do we have to fill the balance before using?

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @ArrowBoi said:
    How does the part where I pay work out?
    Is it like an invoice on every 1st of month or do we have to fill the balance before using?

    You need to top up your balance before using it. You can also submit a ticket to add funds for a free trial.

  • ArrowBoiArrowBoi Member
    edited June 13

    @caasify said:

    @ArrowBoi said:
    How does the part where I pay work out?
    Is it like an invoice on every 1st of month or do we have to fill the balance before using?

    You need to top up your balance before using it. You can also submit a ticket to add funds for a free trial.

    whats the minimum amount to TOP UP?

    also is it possible to disable providers? like in cases where I don't want to resell hetzner.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @ArrowBoi said:

    @caasify said:

    @ArrowBoi said:
    How does the part where I pay work out?
    Is it like an invoice on every 1st of month or do we have to fill the balance before using?

    You need to top up your balance before using it. You can also submit a ticket to add funds for a free trial.

    whats the minimum amount to TOP UP?

    also is it possible to disable providers? like in cases where I don't want to resell hetzner.

    There is no minimum amount of top up. If you want to try our service, you can open a ticket to receive some free balance.
    Yes you can disable a provider.

  • ArrowBoiArrowBoi Member

    so how does it charge me after I top up? does it charge my balance hourly?

    and in other case once my top up balance is over and the client still has a active service, what happens then? does it just go on and make my balance negative or does it pause my client's service?

    Thanked by 1caasify
  • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Host Rep
    edited June 13

    Ok I'm still a bit confused about this whole business model.

    • A customer visits CompanyA (which is the Hosting as per Caasify) and then orders and pays money to CompanyA.
    • CompanyA then places same VM/machine/product order at Caasify (this happens automatically due to the plugin)
    • Then Caasify creates the order at the datecenter/hosting company who is in true sense provisioning the VM. (even this happens automatically via the provisioning host's API)
    • After the machine is created, Caasify relays the information to CompanyA's client

    Is the above process correct?

    Now coming to the financials, suppose the provisioning host is selling VPS01 at $10/mo
    CompanyA is advertising it at $20

    ClientA pays $20 to CompanyA's Paypal. Then with the above process, CompanyA's order is placed at Caasify and Caasify checks if CompanyA has funds loaded, if positive then places order at the provisioning host at $9.5 (5% is deducted as commission)

    Is this correct?

    EDIT:
    This kinda becomes the famous cPanel WHM Alpha Master Reseller type (in a way)

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @ArrowBoi said:
    so how does it charge me after I top up? does it charge my balance hourly?

    and in other case once my top up balance is over and the client still has a active service, what happens then? does it just go on and make my balance negative or does it pause my client's service?

    Let me explain it in a sample:

    Assume you topped up your balance on the Caasify website for $10, and you have two customers. You give $4 to the first customer and $6 to the second customer. As a result, your balance is now empty because you have transferred it to your customers, and you are unable to provide any funds to a third customer. However, there is no issues with your first and second customers' VPS. (You can also revert the process and move the customer balance to your account)
    Also, the payment method is hourly. So your customer can top up for $5 and create 5 VMs for six days.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @BlaZe said:
    Ok I'm still a bit confused about this whole business model.

    • A customer visits CompanyA (which is the Hosting as per Caasify) and then orders and pays money to CompanyA.
    • CompanyA then places same VM/machine/product order at Caasify (this happens automatically due to the plugin)
    • Then Caasify creates the order at the datecenter/hosting company who is in true sense provisioning the VM. (even this happens automatically via the provisioning host's API)
    • After the machine is created, Caasify relays the information to CompanyA's client

    Is the above process correct?

    Now coming to the financials, suppose the provisioning host is selling VPS01 at $10/mo
    CompanyA is advertising it at $20

    ClientA pays $20 to CompanyA's Paypal. Then with the above process, CompanyA's order is placed at Caasify and Caasify checks if CompanyA has funds loaded, if positive then places order at the provisioning host at $9.5 (5% is deducted as commission)

    Is this correct?

    EDIT:
    This kinda becomes the famous cPanel WHM Alpha Master Reseller type (in a way)

    Yes, both processes are correct. I just want to mention that your customers won't see Caasify.

  • T_PT_P Member

    I dont get the benefit. The customer can go directly to hetzner and safes 20% or what is the deal?

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @T_P said:
    I dont get the benefit. The customer can go directly to hetzner and safes 20% or what is the deal?

    Web hosting companies choose the commission. So it can be 0% or 20%.
    The Caasify marketplace offers the benefit of ordering various services from different providers in one place. For example, you can order VPS from different providers, as well as S3 object storage, email services, SMS service, Kubernetes as a service, and more. Our solution is similar to AWS but with more reasonable pricing.

  • ArrowBoiArrowBoi Member

    @T_P said:
    I dont get the benefit. The customer can go directly to hetzner and safes 20% or what is the deal?

    there are some customers who have issues with the company directly, in those situations they prefer buying from a reseller.

    Thanked by 1caasify
  • robohostrobohost Member

    Lets says costumer pick a package with DO resource this vm will under cassify account right? What if your account get suspended because other customer illegal activity?

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @robohost said:
    Lets says costumer pick a package with DO resource this vm will under cassify account right? What if your account get suspended because other customer illegal activity?

    You can also use your DO account.

  • JosephFJosephF Member

    @caasify How does your platform profit from this product, in order to sustain it? Where is your margin?

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @JosephF said:
    @caasify How does your platform profit from this product, in order to sustain it? Where is your margin?

    Our income comes from the partnership with providers.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 18

    New spicy offers are going to be added.

    SpotVM:
    1€/m for 1 GB RAM, 20 GB Nvme, Ipv4 included!!!
    4€/m for 16 GB RAM, 80 GB Nvme, Ipv4 included!!!
    V4 Intel CPU.

    What is Spot VM?
    Spot VMs are designed for temporary, flexible workloads and should not be used for critical or production environments.

    We are eager to see your comments.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    The linode datacenter has been added.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 19
  • Can I use my own cloud provider account? For example, I would like to use my own Hetzner account

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @YekongTAT said:
    Can I use my own cloud provider account? For example, I would like to use my own Hetzner account

    Yes, you can use your own provider account, and it's free.

  • @caasify said:

    @YekongTAT said:
    Can I use my own cloud provider account? For example, I would like to use my own Hetzner account

    Yes, you can use your own provider account, and it's free.

    Thanks for the reply, I will try to use it

    Thanked by 1caasify
  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    Now you can contact us through:
    WhatsApp
    Telegram
    Online meeting
    Please do not hesitate if you have any questions.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    The Webyne data center offers new high-performance plans, including AMD 7k62, NVMe Gen4, DDR4, Intel 6430/4410, DDR5, and U.3 NVME, through the Caasify marketplace.
    Please get in touch with us if you have resources and are interested in selling them through Caasify.

  • xyl0nxyl0n Member

    what about Blesta?

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    @xyl0n said:
    what about Blesta?

    We haven't released the Blesta module yet, but we will provide it as soon as possible. Please subscribe to the website for updates.

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    The new WHMCS module is coming soon. Stay tuned!

  • caasifycaasify Member, Patron Provider

    The new WHMCS module has been released. Github

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